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Final border travel rules receive mixed reaction on Hill

Beginning in June 2009, travelers to the U.S. must present secure identification documents, such as passports.

Congress pushes to make more information public

Senators want to change practice of slipping language into bills that preclude the release of information to the public under FOIA.

IBM suspended from new federal contracts

With scant details, federal agencies are instructed not to award procurements to the technology giant.

Report identifies top 10 management challenges facing next administration

Skyrocketing cost of health care, retirement programs could squeeze out other critical policy priorities, according to think tank.

Multiple-award contract spending on the rise, research firm says

Largest increases were outside GSA schedules.

HUD secretary remains at agency, despite controversies

Alphonso Jackson has a powerful ally in President Bush, a close friend.

House panel asks congressional budget office to score immigration bill

Legislation would expand voluntary federal program by requiring employers to verify their workers' eligibility within four years.

Senator pushes alternative to full CRS report access

Bill would allow senators to choose whether to make reports from the Congressional Research Service public.

GSA will re-evaluate Alliant proposals

Sparked by judge who upheld bid protests, review could delay contract until summer.

National health records network to expand

HHS initiative also will integrate electronic health records from Defense, Veterans Affairs, Indian Health Service and other agencies.